Adrian Dominican School of Education Student and Professional Organizations
Barry University's School of Education sponsors and is involved in several student organizations and national professional organizations that are designed to assist you in your professional development.
Chi Sigma Iota - Beta Upsilon Chapter
Chi Sigma Iota is the international honor society in counseling for students, professional counselors, and counselor educators whose mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in that profession. There are a total of 284 chapters internationally. Barry's chapter, Chi Sigma Iota - Beta Upsilon, has received multiple awards since 1999 for its Outstanding Newsletter and as an Outstanding Chapter.
Kappa Delta Pi - International Honor Society in Education
Phi Delta Kappa is an international association for professional educators. The organization's mission is to promote quality education as essential to the development and maintenance of a democratic way of life by providing innovative programs, relevant research, visionary leadership, and dedicated service. The Barry University Chapter of PDK was installed in 2002.
Association for Talent Development South Florida Chapter
Students in Barry's graduate Human Resource Development (MS) program will find membership in this chapter to be a great asset in their professional development. The South Florida Chapter includes Talent Development professionals from the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. As noted on the ATD website, "ATD chapters provide local networking and professional development opportunities for training, HRD, and performance improvement professionals across the United States." For more information on ATD, please visit their website at www.atd.org .
The Education Association of Barry (EAB)
The purpose of the EAB organization is to establish an association that promotes unity among the pre-service education students and Barry University. The Association shall encourage the pre-service education students to grow professionally and to continue to learn new ideas that will enhance them as future educators.
The Barry University Counseling Association (BUCA)
BUCA, a student-run organization, provides students and alumni the opportunity to network at social events and, to gain information and experience in workshops. BUCA serves as an information resource for students and alumni, providing members with academic and professional information. All currently enrolled students or alumni from the Barry University Counseling Program are invited to join and participate in this organization.
ACA - American Counseling Association
For more information, visit the American Counseling Association's website at www.counseling.org.
ASTD - American Society for Training and Development
For more information, visit the website for the American Society for Training and Development at www.astd.org.
CEC - Council for Exceptional Children
Please note: All ESE majors (at the undergraduate or the graduate level) are encouraged to join this professional organization; students may join the national as well as the state and local (Dade County) organizations. For more information or to become a member, visit the CEC website at www.cec.sped.org.
The Florida Reading Association
For more information or to become a member, visit the Florida Reading Association's website at www.flreads.org.
International Reading Association
For more information or to become a member, visit the International Reading Association's website at www.reading.org.
NASP - The National Association of School Psychologists
For more information, visit the National Association of School Psychologists' website at www.nasponline.org.
Phi Delta Kappa - International Association for Professional Educators
For more information on Phi Delta Kappa, visit the Association's website at www.pdkintl.org.
SHRM - Society for Human Resource Management
For more information visit the Society's website at www.shrm.org.